Blog posts tagged in continuing airworthiness

Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the changes made to Part 145.A.55 following the introduction of Regulation 2021/1963 which amends Continuing Airworthiness Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014.

Introduction - Maintenance records

The organisation shall record the details of the maintenance work that is carried out within the scope of its approval.

» As a minimum, the organisation shall retain all the records that are necessary to prove that all the requirements have been met for the issue of the certificate of release to service, including, if any, subcontractor's release documents.

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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com reviews the forthcoming requirements which will apply to EASA Part 145 Organisations in respect of Certification and Issue of Certificate of Release to Service (CRS).

Introduction

Regulation 2021/1963 amends Continuing Airworthiness Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 as regards safety management systems in maintenance organisations and correcting that Regulation.

Concerning New Text – (see italics)

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers roles & responsibilities of an AOC holder related to continuing airworthiness.

Introduction

An EASA Operator will have a management system that is compliant with the requirements of EASA Regulation 965/2012 - Annex III - ORO.GEN.200 and in addition will comply with the requirements of Part - CAMO & Part M.

An EU licensed air carrier hereafter referred to as ‘the operator’, needs to consider both the relevant Part-ORO and the applicable Part CAMO / Part-M requirements.

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the role of Airworthiness in support of EASA Airworthiness Certification and Regulation.

Introduction - The Definition of Airworthiness 

The term airworthiness encompasses several aspects which relate to the legal and physical state of an aircraft.
The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) considers the term airworthy as:

“When an aircraft or one of its component parts meets its type design and is in a condition for safe operation.”

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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com considers the need for the industry to manage structural integrity in compliance with AMC4 CAMO.A.305(g) Personnel requirements (ED Decision 2020/002/R) - Related to AMC 20-20 ‘Continuing Structural Integrity Programme’

Sofema Aviation Services offers the following training in support of the understanding regarding the regulatory obligations –

https://sassofia.com/course/amc-20-20-continuing-structural-integrity-programme-1-day/

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Are You Up to Speed with EASA Regulatory Changes? 

Are you familiar with the Part CAMO Management System Requirements? 

SofemaOnline Launches updated Online Training Support for EASA Large Aircraft CAMO Operations.

Sofema Online (SOL) will be offering the following new courses individually and together as a package:

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Continuing Airworthiness Tasks 

The aircraft continuing airworthiness and the serviceability of operational and emergency equipment shall be ensured by:

(a) The accomplishment of pre-flight inspections.

(b) The rectification of any defect and damage affecting safe operation in accordance with data specified in points ML.A.304 and ML.A.401, as applicable, while taking into account the minimum equipment list (‘MEL’) and configuration deviation list, when they exist.

(c) The accomplishment of all maintenance in accordance with the AMP referred to in point ML.A.302.

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Concerning Operational Approval

Ref - AMC3 SPA.RVSM.105 RVSM operational approval (ED Decision 2017/009/R)

a. Maintenance programme

The aircraft maintenance programme should include the instructions for continuing airworthiness issued by the type certificate holder in relation to the RVSM operations certification in accordance with AMC1 ACNS.A.GEN.010. 

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SofemaOnline.com looks at the benefits of being able to personally demonstrate EASA CAMO Regulatory Training background

Introduction

Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) obligations are proscribed within EASA’s Implementing Rules EU 1321/2014.

A CAMO is directly responsible to the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) holder. A CAMO must also maintain detailed airworthiness records of the maintenance due as well as the maintenance performed ensuring we are able to demonstrate Continuing Airworthiness.

Key CAMO Staff typically engage in Maintenance Planning, Technical Engineering, Technical Records, and Reliability Staff and are usually employed in multiple roles within the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation, consider that each and all of these staff have the potential to impact on the organisation’s safety outcomes.

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SOL (www.sofemaonline.com) and SAS (www.sassofia.com) offer EASA compliant regulatory training both online and within the classroom environment.

Are you looking for effective EASA Part M Regulatory Training?

SofemaOnline and Sofema Aviation Services together cover all elements of Part M. Our training courses are delivered by Industry Professionals with a wealth of experience in the field and an immense amount of practical relevance is included throughout the presentation.

What is EASA Part M?

A set of regulatory guidelines used to manage continuing airworthiness. EASA Part M has been around officially since Sept 2003.

Part M can trace its origins to JAR OPS 1 & JAR OPS 3 when in 1998 the Operator was identified as key player in maintaining the integrity of the Continuing Airworthiness. (CAW)

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